Asha Simpson Psychotherapy



(13-18 years old)

The teenage years can be some of the most intense and difficult of our lives and frequently teens feel adults cannot relate to their life experiences. Today social media and technology, for example, can create new areas of conflict that frequently highlight generational differences. One of my areas of specialty is working with adolescents who are struggling behaviorally. Through the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) I assist my clients in learning positive coping skills and methods to deal with family, academic, and social stressors. In my practice I strive to build a relationship with teens that is based upon trust and respect.  By doing so I am able to focus on specific challenges and help guide teens in a direction that fosters security and leads to a healthy and successful life. 

(5-12 years old)

As a Child Specialist in the state of Washington, with a specialty in Attachment and Trauma-Related Disorders, much of my practice has been working with adults, teens, and children in order to resolve conflicts between them. Often caregivers have reached their limit and feel at a loss as to what to do when they contact me. Others are experiencing challenges related to divorce, step-parenting, or family adjustment issues. I have extensive experience and training in Family and Child Clinical Psychotherapy and Social Work. Whether you have reached the end of your rope and are afraid you will boil over or you are worried things are moving in a direction that is not ideal for your situation, I am here to support your relationship and to assist in learning positive coping skills—for both you and your child.